Trainee HR Graduate Aberdeen £9.90 per hour, 30 hours a week Fixed (6 months). Benefits include 28 days holiday pro rata and Company Pension Contributions.
Our client is looking for a recent graduate to join the Human Resources (HR) Team for a duration of 6 months based in Aberdeen. This role is funded by the North East Economic Recovery and Skills Fund. The fund criteria are that you must have graduated in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
They want to attract a broad range of talent which reflects its customers in all their diversity.
Give yourself a great head start in your career by spending time working on real projects and learning how, as a HR professional, you can help meet and support the future challenges of an award-winning HR consultancy.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a thriving business that has on-going growth plans, they invest heavily within their staff offering on-going training and development so there is scope for future progression.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
To be first point of contact for all HR admin queries, escalating when appropriate.
To manage and process HR administration, such as HR Admin inbox, and client requests
To manage the recruitment administration.
To process all starters/leavers and changes and maintain files to a high standard.
To process all, pay changes and records relating to holidays, absences, maternity, paternity, contracts, and work permits on an on-going basis.
To submit all payroll information prior to each payroll deadline in a timely fashion ensuring all information is of a high standard.
To assist Payroll queries that may arise from time to time.
To support the HR team with low-risk ER cases, escalating where appropriate.
To support with the administration of investigations, disciplinary, grievances, consultations, and restructures.
To support the HR team in various ad-hoc projects.
Experience, skills, and knowledge required for the role.
You must be degree educated and have a clear interest in HR. Ideally you will have a HR internship or placement year experience or have gained some professional experience in a corporate setting whereby you can transfer your skills in a HR setting
Highly motivated, ambitious, and commercially minded
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office
Excellent time management
Understanding of team dynamics, demonstrating the ability to work as an active and constructive member of a team with a professional enthusiastic attitude
Excellent attention to detail
Ability to adapt to change in highly competitive fast paced environment
The applicant must have the right to work in UK
This is an opportunity to join a diverse and multi-disciplined organisation that are dedicated to both professional and personal development.
Our client is an equal opportunity employer.